Shout-Out Stephen King

I’m Rich: Tax Me, for F@%&’s Sake! Dude’s got a way with words.

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$66,000 Per Seat To Sit Almost Courtside at The Barclays Center

That’s the season ticket price for the aptly named ‘Hollywood’ section.

For All of Us Who are Still Owed Money from Agencies and Clients

The World’s Longest Invoice


Looking Like The Signing Bonus

It’s all about style on NFL draft night.


Sometimes money is the best motivation.

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The More You Know: The Price of Body Parts on the Black Market

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Apparently Cocaine is Really Cheap Right Now

Also, gun violence is down.

Cosmic Quilt

Help our friends at The Principals make this really cool installation a reality.

Kickstart it here

Understanding How And Where Your Tax Dollars Are Being Spent

The 2011 US Federal Taxpayer Reciept

Help America’s Tallest Man Get Some New Shoes

Igor Vovkovinskiy is 7 feet 8.33 inches tall, wears a size 26 shoe and hasn’t had a pair that properly fit since 2006 when this nice German shoemaker Georg Wessels flew to America and hand delivered three pairs. Apparently Reebok wants $16,000 from Igor to get custom molds made, and being America’s Tallest Man doesn’t really pull in any cash… so Igor has turned to us, the American public to help raise funds to get him some comfort for his feet. But seriously, why hasn’t a shoe company stepped up to equip this man with a pair of sneakers? We all know some of those companies have crazy budgets…

Help get Igor some shoes here

Madonna’s Gigantic Bush Up For Auction at Phillips De Pury

Lee Friedlander’s 1979 photograph of a naked and hairy Madonna carries an estimate of $20-30,000.

Turn $5 into $10

This Amazon gift card deal

Better Hold Onto That Back To The Beach Poster

The 10 most expensive film posters in history

The State of Investment Banking

Or why this guy (not pictured) decided to leave Goldman Sachs and publish an op-ed in the NY Times

The Dangers of Fracking

Pretty cool and informative website.

(Thanks Ben!)

Action Auctioneer

Simon de Pury gets the action figure treatment from Suckadelic.

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The Top 10 Scams of 2011

Presented by the Better Business Bureau since, you know, the top scam involves them.

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Lotto Tips

How to Get a Positive Expected Rate of Return on a Lottery Ticket.

From Scientific American:

“Look for an after-tax, cash value of the jackpot that exceeds 0.8 times the odds against you, and in which the number of tickets sold remains less than one-fifth this jackpot.”

“Pick the most unpopular numbers… By playing unpopular numbers you won’t win any more or less often, but you’ll less often split the pot with other winners.”

“Don’t pick the number one. It’s on about 15 percent of all tickets. Similarly, avoid lucky numbers 7, 13, 23, 32, 42, and 48. Better are 26, 34, 44, 45, and especially overlooked number 46. Avoid any recognizable pattern, but give slight preference to numbers at the edge of the ticket, which are underused. In mathematical terms, picking a unique ticket makes the jackpot look bigger and thus your lottery dollar look smarter.”

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Bankrupt Banks

A new exhibition by SUPERFLEX that opens tonight at Peter Blum in Chelsea.

The exhibition features an installation of 24 banners painted with logos of banks that were declared bankrupt and were acquired by other banks, governments or private entities. Originally designed to convey strength, authority and confidence, these now defunct symbols become portraits of failed power structures.

Peter Blum Chelsea
526 West 29th Street
New York, NY 10001

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